Tag Archives: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

The god (and devil) problem in employment discrimination

Do you know the expression “Reasonable Accommodation”? It has to do with employment law. Employers must make reasonable accommodations for employees who are disabled or who have special needs of one kind or another which restrict them from full adherence … Continue reading

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American war on pregnant women

Her managers allegedly tried to get her to take a “less demanding” job in human resources. Source: Investment Bank Allegedly Retaliated Against Employee After She Announced Her Pregnancy — ThinkProgress As the ThinkProgress article says: Pregnancy discrimination is already prohibited … Continue reading

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Statute of limitations and the EEOC

Although the headline in this New York Law Journal abstract sounds rotten, read on and you’ll understand this case is a warning about statutes of limitations. About which I’ve written pretty often, and often used bolded type. To sum up … Continue reading

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